Message from the Chairman
The EBME (Electronic and biomedical engineering) conference and exhibition started in 2009.
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The EBME (Electronic and Biomedical Engineering) conference and exhibition started in 2009 as a way of improving healthcare through the sharing and application of knowledge from experienced professionals involved in the management of healthcare technology.
I am honoured to be chairing the EBME Expo 2021 and look forward to seeing you on 30th June and 1st July 2021. The organising committee have again chosen The Milton Keynes Arena, which was very popular in 2019 with both delegates and exhibitors alike, having sufficient space to guarantee a valuable experience.
The EBME Expo 2021 will feature a conference and exhibition with well-known, distinguished speakers in the conference hall, and internationally respected companies in the exhibition hall. There will be a range of both large and smaller exhibition spaces available, to enable all types of companies to come and demonstrate their innovative new products.
It is always a pleasure to meet the delegates and exhibitors every year. Our 11th conference will focus on innovations in medical equipment technology and maintenance on day one, and medical equipment management, procurement, and training on day two. The programme will feature eight speaker sessions each day, concentrating on understanding how technology can deliver improved patient outcomes at lower costs. In addition, there will be three workshops in the break out areas and we expect many of our exhibitors to provide technical demonstrations. The two day programme will allow delegates to understand the latest improvements in healthcare technology and management across a range of professional areas and offer numerous opportunities for informal networking.
As the EBME Conference and Exhibition Chairman for the last 10 years, I know that the success of the EBME Expo 2021 event depends upon the attending delegates (many of whom are EBME website members), the exhibitors, the speakers and the quality of the programme. Recognition should go to the organising committee, and deputy Chair, who work extremely hard to ensure a successful conference programme and exhibition is delivered. In particular, I would like to thank the EBME event committee, the exhibitors (who ultimately pay for this event) and our event partner, BtoB Events, who helped to make the EBME Expo in 2019 such a successful, well attended event.
Dr John Sandham